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The Storm Team 4 meteorologist, Ben Galber, gave the morning forecast for Friday, March 17th.

The St.

Patrick’s Day parade may be a wet one, as rain is expected during the morning commute, but the bulk of the rain is expected to clear out by around 7 am.

Scattered showers will follow through the mid-day hours, with occasional showers after that.

A cold front is expected to sweep through by lunchtime, bringing colder temperatures and gusty winds of 15 to 30 miles per hour.

The temperatures will slowly drop from the 50s behind the cold front, with the parade starting at 46 degrees at noon, and cooling to the low 40s by mid-afternoon.

A secondary cold front is expected to bring flurries into the northern half of the state, with temperatures around freezing.

The weekend is expected to be quite cold, with temperatures in the upper teens and low 20s on Sunday morning, but with increasing amounts of sunshine.

The temperatures will return to seasonable early next week, with a high of 60 degrees expected on Thursday.

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